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Village One

85 bungalows of stucco exterior and red tile roofs (c. 1919)

Sheffield, AL Historic Homes

The Ritz Theater

Former silent movie house of the 1920s. Now restored and used as performing arts center, retaining original 1930

Sheffield, AL Theatres


General Andrew Jackson Black Walnut Tree

200+ yr.-old tree under which Gen. Jackson camped. Certified by state as "Living Witness to the Signing of the U.S. Consitution."

Sheffield, AL Memorials

Old Railroad Bridge

Pedestrian bridge offers a beautiful view of the Tennessee River on Pickwick Lake. Dated 1839

Sheffield, AL Historic Bridges

Things to do Historic Bridges near Sheffield, AL

Natural Bridge of Alabama

60-ft.-high, 148-ft.-long sandstone rock bridge is longest natural bridge east of Rockies. Spans scenic natural areas, forest...

Swann Covered Bridge

Located 1 mi. west of Cleveland off AL Hwy. 79 in Blount County. Free admission. Spanning 324 feet and situated high above th...

Old Railroad Bridge

Pedestrian bridge offers a beautiful view of the Tennessee River on Pickwick Lake. Dated 1839, began as a toll bridge for tra...

Old Easley Covered Bridge

Located 1.5 mi. from U.S. 231 in Blount County. Free admission. This one-span town bridge was built in 1930. Tin covered and ...